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And third, I very strongly try to avoid sending my dollars to China whenever I can. Even if the Chinese stuff is less. In this case, the Chinese toilet was actually more money.
With the Toto you get a known quality item. I was quite disappointed in the styling though - no one local had a Guinevere so I bought it sight unseen on the Internet. There is a very odd flat section between the tank and bowl area Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso the skirt isn't smooth. This isn't highlighted on any of the photos I saw online. An Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso of skirted designs is that they are supposed to be easy Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso clean.
This flat area is a dust trap, in addition to being ugly. Too bad. But, I would probably still not get the Danze. All I can suggest is, Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso buy anything sight unseen - even a Toto. Last edited by a moderator: Sep 2, The flat are of the toilet collecting dust? All Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso are flat on top. Where do you find a toilet that is rounded and then you put a seat on it?
It's impossible. But to be fair, lets count all the flat areas in the bathroom 1 Floor, yes the floor seems to be flat, Damn, I suppose someone is going to want me to sweep it. Now water will stand in puddles on the counter instead of rolling off the counter onto the floor where I can sweep it up.
It it was angled at a 45 degree, it would never need dusting. Though I did sell and install two of these in the Seattle area yesterday. TerrySep 2, Last edited: Sep 2, I don't see that many people are going to be dusting this, but then some people have house cleaners every week, and they do clean everything in the bathroom. Then I've seen some bathrooms, where dusting and bowl cleaning is never an issue. Yep, seen those. The Guinevere How most toilets are looking.
Don't forget to dust the top of the tank, the seat, and the light fixtures in the bathroom. Some people pull the light bulbs out and clean them in the dishwasher. Last edited: Sep 7, Thanks for the photo. It does show the area I'm referring to, although I don't think Oneiric Contur - Lee Gamble - Koch (File, Album) particular photo gives the full effect of how bad it looks.
If that's unreasonable in your or someone's view, well ok. As for cleaning it I was always taught that due to the nature of what goes in on there, the bathroom and especially the toilet needs to be spic and span. I've never put a light bulb in the dishwasher or even heard of that but a couple times a year I DO take the shades off, clean 'em, and wipe off the bulbs.
Zucchero - Various - Nostalgia Italiana Vol.2 -1967-1968-1969 the bulb goes bad from being disturbed. Definitly recommended! One of the best debut albums I heard in a long time. I was a little disapointed with what I heard lately in the field, bu now my faith into prog music is restored! Huge highlights include and there are many : On "Abraham", the singing from Osanna's Lino Vairetti and Solimena Casoria is ecstatically incredible, blazing fast and powerfully emotive, creating a landmark RPI piece for the ages.
The music is phenomenal but multiple voice fencing is truly epic and the chorus defines hummable to death. Same can be said on "Marrakech", where another scintillating female vocal rules the roost, with slight Moroccan hints, a caravanserai of bopping bass and a sandstorm of brass work. Bloody fantastic this. The pulsating "Vie Interne" is where the disco feel is prevalent but not to worry, this ain't no Donna Summer RIPit's both gloomy, quirky, playful and has a sexy sax solo that will knock your socks right off, plus Solimena does another masterful vocal, fast, clean and just wow!
Obviously, the instrumental title track is the longest piece here clocking in at 6. Then a miniature 3 part suite "Mezzaluna Fertile" sandwiched by a fascinating JS Bach piano interlude elevates the music to the proggiest levels and does not fail to impress, stuffed with various cinematographic voice effects and a colossal orchestrated chorus, metallic resonations in the foreground, bleeping synths and sparkling melodies.
The impassioned female vocals scream despair and the male vocals recite in resignation at a blistering pace. Gentle acoustic guitar leads the haunting "Locus Amoenus" in perhaps the most personal and melancholic instrumental piece yet, disturbingly sad. When the dexterous mandolin takes over, the sheer beauty of this song rises to the top. The final cut, "Coda di Luna Calante" a muscularly flute-led beat, displays a trembling Hammond and loving piano work, only to be outdone by a whopping guitar intervention both sharp and concise.
This a spacey exit that gets arranged with swirling synths and a near psychedelic formula. A varied, complex, inspirational and refreshing RPI album Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso bodes well for the future. The album proposes a nice mix of Progressive Rock with Ethnic and World Music and the opening min. Just when you get enough moments of Classic Italian Prog of symphonic nature with dominant synths, piano and organs appears a interesting journey around the world with lots of saxes, violins, mandolins and percussion, offering evident Spanish, Eastern and Arabic overtones, while some lyrics are even delivered in the Spanish and Ancient Greek Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso.
Some dull beats or commercial moments are also present, but overall this composition sounds very nice. Second track comes under the title ''Sequenza seconda: della conoscenza'', clocking at almost 20 minutes. Beautiful flute parts, light piano interludes, dreamy female vocal lines and versatile symphonic keyboard passages with some very good instrumental moments, again another segment ''Vie interne'' seems totally out of Murmur - Mint Julep - Broken Devotion (File, Album), hurting the composition's consistency.
Things become too dangerous regarding the tracks' lengths with the third part of the album ''Sequenza terza : tra balsami d'incenso'', which lasts over 38 minutes. But actually this sounds as the more consistent track of the whole album despite the minor flaws. There are strong references to the Spanish, Middle-Eastern and Mediterrenean culture throughout, either through the tunes provided by the pianos and synths or with the use of traditional instruments like the accordion, flamenco guitar, percussions or flutes.
But there is still plenty of Classic Italian Prog color in this with Classical preludes and symphonic instrumental soundscapes. Very good album and an impressive Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso concept overall. Works much better as a whole listening than separating the tracks with each listen and this way it will definitely reward you.
Strongly recommended The opener 'Sequenza prima: delle danze' First sequence: of the dances begins with a very promising instrumental part, 'Preludio di luna piena' Prelude of full moonfeaturing classical influences and a dreamy mood, then comes 'Abraham, where is the land? There are some beautiful melodic lines with male and female vocals and a raging rap break Then, suddenly, the music and lyrics take you across the Sahara desert to the streets of Marrakesh, a melting pot of cultures, colours and sounds Hints of ragtime and ethnic sounds lead to the weak final part, 'Kyrie Eleyson', and its disconcerting, horrible disco-beat.
The second suite, 'Sequenza seconda: della conoscenza' Second sequence: of the knowledgebegins by piano and vocals, then ethnic instruments joins contributing to evoke some mysterious shadows creeping on: the ancient shadows of life, harmony and love.
The first part, 'Ombre' Shadows fades into the ethereal second section, 'Gn'ti saut'n conosci te stesso ' Know yourselfwhere reality becomes uncertain and beautiful melodies soar in a living dream An orchestra will play a symphonic music Unfortunately what comes after is not a symphony but a disco-pop section, 'Vie interne' Internal waysthat abruptly breaks the dreamy mood Then a delicate piano interlude, 'Softmoon', leads to 'Cuori d'elettricit' Hearts of electricitya section that in some way reminds me of Franco Battiato's works from the eighties A distorted Smoke Rag - Malaavia - Danze DIncenso guitar solo, 'Hominem quaero', follows and a final explosion concludes the sequence.
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